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    1990 quarter no receded edge

    So, I was going through coins today, and I found a 1990 d quarter. It has NO reeded edge. Attached is a picture of it next to another 1990 d quarter with a reeded edge.

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    There is no sign of a reeded edge being there, so I cant tell if its worn or a mint error.

    Regardless, it's good that I keep an eye out for this type of thing.

    I just thought I'd show it. It's pretty interesting.

    Jared
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  2. #2

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    Edge is worn. A lot. Decades ago, when I lived in the Mojave desert, we called them Vegas quarters. Just wear from thousands of trips through a coin operated device, such as a slot machine.

    Time for more coffee.

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    Your picture clearly shows the worn one is smaller in diameter.

    I hate coffee...YUK! lol
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    Yes. You're right. It's definitely worn.

    I'm going to be a good sport about this. Who knows, maybe I'll come across an error coin someday.
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    They are out there and not many people even look for them youll get one......
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    I found one like that a few months ago but the rim was flatter. People make old school rings by banging on them with a spoon over and over to flatten them. Same way as about midway thru this video.

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    Google is your friend! I see stuff being sold on ebay that is just bogus and people buy. If you do some research you will know what a good error is and what junk is. Good luck!

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    Looks like a washer or dryer coin, wife just found one stuck in the machine at home.

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    Probably from a casino, and the edge is worn from using it in the slot machines. And then again, it could just be worn from a lot of use. Keep looking though, the error coins are still out there.

 

 

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